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WVU Parkersburg Hosting Faculty Recruitment and Screening Events

by Tyler Hilbert

Teaching college courses can be a fun and an exciting opportunity for those interested in education. Individuals interested in teaching college courses are encouraged to attend an upcoming faculty recruitment event. 333 more words

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More Than Teaching ABC's

Being an Early Childhood Development major is more than teaching colors, numbers, and ABC’s.

Morgan Laird talks about Central Michigan University’s unique approach to educating students through the Childhood Development Learning Lab (CDLL).   14 more words

Journalism

Play theory: understanding 'play types' and how they relate to Forest School... | Forest Schooled

***Play Is Essential for Development Series: Understanding the Range of Play Types***

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          The Forest School is one of the most important developments in early childhood and kindergarten education. 108 more words

Drama Queen

Calling all the drama queens

The ones begging for attention

Tell me what you want to say

I’ll sit down here and listen

Tell me about your mom and dad… 118 more words

Musings

Favourite Homeschooling Links | Happiness is here

***Transforming Education: Homeschooling Series***

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            One of the most important developments in education over the last 20 years has been the growth of homeschooling in developed countries. 90 more words

Laying the foundation of future generation

A new pre-school programme is helping Ethiopian Children to get ready for school

By Demissew Bizuwerk

Mengi-Benishangul Gumuz- Ethiopia 28 September 2016 – In one of the classes at Mengi Elementary School, in the Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia, Edidal Abdulkerim, six, and her friends sing about the five senses with melodious tone along with a small tape recorder. 944 more words

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Teaching Children the Way They’re Meant to Learn: Read Along Section One –What if Everybody Understood Child Development?

***Understanding Developmentally Appropriate Practice Without Tears, A Primer***

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            I know those of us in education do not set out to make it difficult for people to understand important aspects of learning such as “developmentally appropriate practice,” but the jargon gets in the way of communication. 107 more words